Gulf Air Offers to Sell and Lease 6 Aircraft

2017-10-06 - 11:00 p

Bahrain Mirror: The tender board opened its meeting yesterday on Thursday (October 5, 2017) with 82 bids for 14 tenders submitted by 12 government agencies. The total value of bids received was 2.8 million dinars.

Gulf Air offered to sell and lease six Airbus aircraft to which five international airlines had bid, but the session records did not specify the value of the tenders.

The tender board meeting yesterday revealed that the American company «Booz Allen Hamilton» won its bid for operating a real estate agency that follows the Survey and Land Registry Bureau, with a tender worth 1.4 million dinars, as the tender submitted by the company was the least among the five applicants, which included local and international consulting firms.

Head of the Survey and Land Registration Bureau, Salman bin Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, said that the Bureau has started the tender award stage on a consulting firm that is concerned with the drafting of the regulations related to the implementation of the Real Estate Regulatory Law, following the King's approval of the law.

During the Tender Board session yesterday, the Electricity and Water Authority was in the lead with 7 tenders, including: Replacing old water pipes with high density polyethylene pipes in Arad area in the 244 compound, hiring qualified contractors for the management of water distribution, supplying, installing and launching 4 electric transducers with a power of 100 MVI at the Riffa station.

Gulf Air, Social Insurance Authority, Manama Municipality, Tatweer Petroleum, Real Estate Registration Authority, Bahrain Culture and Antiquities Authority, Bahrain Tourism Authority, Labor Market Regulatory Authority, Ministry of Works, Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Transport and Communications made a bid for each one of them.


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